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Cello Fury is Back on May 4th!

We’re very excited to have Cello Fury back for our Bal Ingenieux.  These guys rocked the festival last year with a sound that is all at once primal rock and refined classical. Cello Fury is playing at 8:30, Friday, May 4 during Bal Ingenieux.  Tickets are for $40 which includes drink tickets and an entire […]

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Ingenuity Fundraising Bash: Friday May 4th

Ingenuity is channeling the spirits of the Kokoon Arts Club with its first annual Bal Ingenieux. This one night only event takes the audience through an amazing journey of food, drink, performances, and interactive installations. Buy tickets here. Bring a mask or buy one at the door, but come prepared for a night to remember. […]

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Watch CoolCleveland’s Cool Video Recap of 2011

CoolCleveland.com put together a terrific slideshow of IngenuityFest 2011’s first night. Set to the searing improv of Dixon’s Violin, this video/slideshow of Day One of IngenuityFest 2011 includes just some of the highlights of the coolest festival in the country: Life Currents, The Victory Project, Washed Out, Muamin Collective of Friends, The Revolution Brass Band, […]

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DJs for Speakeasy July 23rd Fundraiser

Ingenuity’s Speakeasy 2.0 is coming up fast! The 9 PM to 1 AM party will feature drinks, dancing, and a lineup of some fantastic DJs. If you haven’t been to the bridge space you’re in for a treat. The cavernous, industrial space opens out onto an open air bridge span with fantastic views of the […]

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Remember: Artist Walk-Through the Bridge January 22nd (This Friday)

Don’t forget, this Friday is another artist tour of the bridge.  It’s a great way to get to know the space before you make a proposal. We will be conducting artist walkthroughs monthly. All will take place at 1:30PM. Artists can meet James Levin at the Engineers Service Garage on the Superior Viaduct, across from […]

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